places. They did not join the battle ; but remained 'neutral;,*
ready to measure their strength, if, perchance, asiy (of the
contending parties) attacked them.
The people besides the insignificant t soldiers , belonging to
the armies of this Nizain Saha Padusaha Bhairavatn.f and
Kutupu feaha. the king of Telingrana—(exelxidinsr hnn who
bears the name of the sou £ that died diirmsr the course of this
three days" battle are:
The desciption of the wounded^ :—
NiinbajlKale ... 1
Viroji Bapu (Veenoojee Poor) .., 1
Sura Surya) Rao ... 1
Ankusa Rao ,„, 1
Hasanaji .. 1
Yibarayitu Khana ... 1
Sujata (Soogat) Khana ,., 1
Vimela (Ibrahim) Khana .». 1
Mrtyuja (Matooju) Begu „ ..* 1
SiddT HabibuUa (Habbubulla) ... 1
Hinayita Khana 1
Mamada (Maliomed) Khaua v.w 1
Davatu Davoot: Khana ... 1
Alii Khana .. 1
Yekalasu (Aklas) Khana ... 1
Uajaratn Khana ... 1
Hasana Khana ... 1
* The *entance ends without & predicate.
f Bkairava is the family name of the Kiz«n SkS'ai Kings.
J After ' * rrturst div&z Vxddki djlagt *, and before * * •ni^tinTl^u PZdttftkx &e.*
there itfcngs 2aosely th^ pbrase * nxmJitkitJ. putra ivana t&ppisi^ mean lag 'excluding
him who bears t!ie name of the son'. Probably it refers to AlH Yadala SSha- There
seems to be a Imctma here.
§ the Hat in thi* W. Jf, p. 200 prwpnts certain variations which are iniic*t&d
•withio the brackets- Though the t>">tal nomber of the wounded in the present mi. \*. said to
b« 26, there are only 23 names in the list Some names such as Moorar Cawa, Hirarat
Cftwa, Valeel Cairn mentioned in LQ-M. are not found let this ms ; nor
Khan, AUi Cawa of the latter fiad a place io the f0rm«r.